Dehing Patkai Festival, Assam, India
Dehing Patkai festival is a 3-day yearly celebration in the North East Indian state of Assam. As an initiative from the Government of Assam, the festival started back in December 2002. It aims to preserve the culture and traditions of local Assamese tribes. The festival gets its name from the Dehing Patkai Range and the mischievous Dehing River. Dehing Patkai festival is held in Lekhapani of Tinsukia district, known for its captivating beauty and rich history.
Dehing Patkai festival is a blend of tribal fairs, tea heritage tours, golfing, adventure sports and wildlife trip. Sports lovers can enjoy adventure sports such as parasailing, angling, kayaking and other water sports on the river Brahmaputra. The festival also organizes a trip to Second World War cemeteries as well as a trip to the Stilwell Road, which was the passage to the golden land of Myanmar. Moreover, visitors can also experience local delicacies at the Food Festival or unique crafts at the Craft Fair.
The State of Assam, India
The Assam region is famous for its natural and cultural wonders. Numerous nature parks with its unique flora and fauna as well as cultural monuments such as temples attract many visitors. This tour mostly covers the upper Assam region which is also popular for historical and industrial sites. Digboi, the Oil town, is one of the famous sites of this region. It is home to the oldest operational oil refinery in the world.
Day 5 and 6
Tour package includes the following:
- Breakfast and dinner
- Bonfire expenses
- Entrance to all National Parks/Wildlife Sanctuaries
- Guide charges at National Parks/Wildlife Sanctuaries
Further customization is possible, please contact us.